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Force Particles
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

The Force Particles are points of consciousness which carry electrical, magnetic, and gravitic information.  The particular force type and orientation carried by a FP reflects the state and type of the originating DP.

a) Each Force Particle carries 3 types of information (electrical, magnetic, gravitic), all of which act on every Dipole Particle at every moment.  

b) The Force Particles are generated denovo and ex nihilo (new and out of nothing), at every Moment, by every DP.

c) The Force Particles carry messages from the originating DPs to all the other DPs in their line of travel.  The FPs inform the target DPs of the following:

i) The originating DPs electrical type (+/-),

ii) The angle of orientation of the source’s magnetic polarity (N/S) in relationship to the magnetic pole of the target,

iii) And the Gravitic Force vector, which always points back toward the originating particle.

d) Each DP monitors a quantum volume of space for the presence of Force Particles.

i) The DPs respond by moving in response to the vector sum of the forces represented by all the Force Particles in its local quantum of volume at each Moment.

(1) Every DP sends out a large number of new Force Particles at every Moment.  Every DP is also a target that responds to the Force Particles that are present in its quantum of volume each moment.

(2) Near to the transmitting DPs, the receiving DPs will receive many FPs (compared to the number received per moment by DPs farther from the source DP).  

(a) Each of the individual FPs contribute to the total force that acts upon a receiving DP.  Thus, if several FPs are received from the same source, their force will be additive and act upon the same DP.

(b) The total number of FPs emitted by each DP is a fixed amount for each Moment.  The total number of FPs emitted at each moment will be distributed over the surface of a sphere of area: A= 4ðr², which is expanding Moment to Moment.  Thus, as the radial distance from the transmitting DPs increases, the number of FPs per unit of area will drop proportional to the inverse square of the distance.  This decrement in “received FPs per unit of area” produces the effect of the well-known “Inverse Square Law”.    

(c) The ratio of the areas is equal to the ratio of the forces:

(i) A1/A2 = 4ðr1²/4ðr2² = r1²/r2² = F1/F2

(3) Each Force Particle has a vector direction from which it enters into the space of the Dipole Particle.  And, each of the forces associated with the Force Particle has a vector direction.  The message associated with the Force Particle can produce attraction or repulsion of the target particle depending on the type of FP and target DP type.    

(4) The summation of forces from all the incoming FPs arriving in a Moment, can produce a net force vector on a target DP and accelerate it in any direction.     

e) The DPs have an eternal existence, and so do the Force Particles which they generate at every Moment.  The FPs travel only in straight lines at the local speed of light, which means that they may travel at higher or lower velocities depending upon the light conducting properties of the local media.  

i) This brings up a question about how reflection and reflection could be mediated by particles which travel only in straight lines.  Conventional physics theory recognizes that a particle model of light inadequately explains refraction and reflection (bending and bouncing of light at a media interface).   

ii) A photon is a complex structure composed of many DPs and FPs.  The photon may change direction by refraction or reflection, but the originating FPs will continue on traveling in a straight line, even though the photon collides with objects and surfaces that cause the photon to be absorbed, bend, or bounce.

iii) The FPs driving the DPs that compose the photon repeatedly collide with new DPs each moment, and are subsequently reemitted.  The DPs emit new FPs at each moment, in addition to reemitting the incident FPs.  Thus, the net effect of the incident can be re-directed (reflected or bent) by emitting an FP that is coincident with the incoming FP, but opposite in polarity, thus creating the net effect of no force coming from the incident FP on the emission side of the DP.  

iv) The energy of the FP can thus be absorbed by a DP, and then redirected in another direction based upon the constraints of movement that are being experienced by the target DP.  Thus the FPs emitted by the DPs at the refractive or reflective interface sum together to produce the net effect of the photon which results in the energy of the photon moving in a new direction, minus the energy absorbed by the reflective medium.  The net result is the energy of the photon being redirected, but the direction of the energy of the center of mass is unchanged.  Such is the process underlying the collision of all massive and massless particles such as billiard balls and photons.

v) The Force Particles carry information about the direction of their electrical, magnetic and gravitic orientation. The direction of the force vector could be described using spherical vector notation in terms of the originating particle or the Absolute frame (the Matrix).  

(1) Electrical type and direction in the Source particle frame could be described as:

(a) (+/-, èelec, elec)

(b) The electric vector as notated above simply points in the direction of the emission of the FP with the Source particle at the center of the frame.  As such, the FP will appear to continue to move away at the same (è, ), regardless of the velocity that it is traveling through the Absolute Frame.  

(c) Thus to notate the velocity of the FP in relationship to the absolute frame we must add in the velocity of the FP through the Absolute Frame.  

(i) The velocity radially, in the (è, ) direction from the point of emission, is at the speed of light in that particular local media.  

(ii) The kinetic velocity of the Source DP through the Absolute Frame imparts a velocity to the FP.  

(iii) The velocity of the DP through the Absolute Frame, with the origin of the coordinate system defined at the center of a particular DP, is:

1. vDP-abs = (vr-abs, vè-abs, v-abs)

(iv) The system could be made more simple by defining the radial coordinate system to be in coincidence with the velocity of the DP.  Thus, the vector would be equal to:

1. vDP-abs = (vr-abs, vè-abs, v-abs) = (vr-abs, 0, 0)

(v) For the single Force particle that was coincident with this velocity, there would be no other components of velocity added to the speed of light of that FP.  It will be as though that FP was launched from a perfectly stationary point with respect to the Matrix.  We shall call that the “Axial FP”.

1. For all other FPs radiating out at all the other spherical angles from the DP, all of them will also go outward from their point of origin at the speed of light in their own radial direction.  

2. But, because they are emitted from a DP which has a velocity with respect to the Absolute frame, these other FPs (the non-Axial FPs) will carry the sinè component of the DP axial velocity.  The sinè component of the DP axial velocity is the component that is perpendicular to the radial velocity “c” of each FP.  Thus, the speed of light of the FP is never violated in its radial direction; but it does have an orthogonal component of velocity added to it.

(vi) The velocity of the FP through the Absolute Frame is from the DP with an axial velocity = vDP-axial:

1. vFP-abs = (vr-abs, vè-abs, v-abs) = (c, (vDP-axial∙sinè),  0)

2. Restated: the velocity of the DP adds to the velocity of the FP in every direction except the radial direction, where its velocity is always, and only, the speed of light.   

3. In particular, the vFP-abs has a component that varies sinusoidally with è (i.e. head to tail of the DP’s axial velocity), but has no variation at each  around the equator of the DP’s axial velocity.

4. The DP will thus emit FPs that have a variable effect at each è. In the case of the random motion of the DPs as they are conducting random FPs through space, the random motion will produce side radiation FPs that do not reinforce, resulting in a net neutral effect at a distance from such a volume of DPs.

5. In the case of the particle of mass, its effect will be different at each angle è on another particle.  The FPs will reinforce to produce the net effect of a “relative velocity” when the fields emitted by the DPs composing a mass are encountered at a particular angle by another charged particle, with a relative velocity.  The net relative velocity of the two particles will add, resulting in a net magnetic effect from the electrical portion of the FP, and result in an electrical effect from the magnetic portion of the FP.  

6. In the case of a photon, the “perpendicular force” exerted by the photon on DPs it passes will drop off rapidly as the distance from the photon.  The front and back of the photon are of opposite polarities (both magnetically and electrically), thus, the net effect of the addition of the FPs radiating from the movement of the DPs comprising the photon will be cancelled out by the rapidly diminishing effect of a dipole with distance.

a. The result of this cancellation of perpendicular effect is that the group packet of the photon will exhibit a photon group velocity identical to the source’s velocity through the absolute frame at the moment the photon was generated.

(2) The magnetic information of the FP includes its magnetic pole orientation with respect to the N/S axis of the source DP.

(a) Of course, this vector orientation can be mapped onto any arbitrarily established Cartesian, spherical, or cylindrical frame assigned to the Absolute Frame.

(b) The B field orientation of each of the FPs with relationship to the magnetic axis of the DP is:

(i) FPB-DP = (èDP-FP-B, DP-FP- B).  

(ii) The Force exerted by one FP is always the same.  The distance between the source and target does not increase or diminish the force it exerts on the target DP.  

(iii) When the FP encounters the target DP, it exerts a force to rotate the pole of the DP in the direction of the FP.  The amount of force exerted is proportional to FPB ∙ sinè.  Thus, only the component of the FPB perpendicular to the axis of the DP exerts a rotational force on the magnetic pole orientation of the DP.

(c) Note Again:

(i) (èelec, elec) and the magnetic vector (èmag, mag), both refer to the orientation of the magnetic and electrical vector in reference to a sphere with the source DP at the center of the sphere, and the north pole of the DP pointing upwards at a è defined as 0, 90 at the equator, and 180 at the south pole.   

(ii)  is the incremental angle away from an arbitrarily assigned 0 longitude.  Thus, the angle  is the angle around the equator from a starting point, going from 0 to 360.  

(3) Each Force Particle contributes an electrical and magnetic force vector corresponding to the particular direction of its radiation from the DP.  

(a) The forces from all the Force Particles arriving at the target DP sum together to give a vector force that acts on the target DP to accelerate it in the direction of the vector sum.  

(b) The summation force of the FP magnetic vectors orients the magnetic pole of the target DP.  Likewise, the summation of all FP electric vectors arriving at a DP accelerates the DP with a magnitude equal to the vector sum of all the added forces.